If you host your website on a server that runs Plesk as the Control Panel, and you actually make back-ups of your server, then at some point you are probably going to want to access the files located on the Plesk generated back-up.
• Dec 9, 2008
Yesterday I wrote an article about my first impressions of MacOS 10.5 ‘Leopard’. Today, I have a slightly different perspective as for the first time ever, I’ve had a failure when installing a version of MacOS X.
In this article I’ll provide a way for you to (hopefully) recover the files that are on your system in the event that the same thing happens to you.
• Oct 28, 2007
I received my copy of MacOS 10.5 ‘Leopard’ yesterday via FedEx and promptly installed it on 3 of 5 computers that I have at home and in the office (a PowerBook G4, iMac (Intel) and a PowerMac Dual Processor G5). I also began an install on an iMac G5 which failed on the first installation attempt (and is currently in the process of installing - 2nd attempt). I thought I’d share my impressions of the new OS X (one - because I want to get in the habit of writing more and two - because I was hoping to get some feedback from other users).
• Oct 27, 2007
The great thing about the internet is that if you have a problem, you can usually find a solution to that problem. The problem I had was that my wife got a new Motorola V365 cell phone and we needed to transfer all of her contacts to the new phone and I thought iSync (via Bluetooth) would be the easiest way to do it. WRONG!
iSync would not recognize the V365 (actually, it did recognize it - it just wouldn’t support it).
• Jul 9, 2007
In a previous post (Why test your website in different browsers?) I talked about the importance of testing your website in a variety of browsers to ensure that it will be rendered properly no matter what browser a visitor to your site is using.
• Jun 28, 2007
Someone recently asked me how to add a ‘Set as Homepage’ link to their website. If you are unfamiliar with these types of links, they are links which you can click on to set the current page as your homepage. It simplifies the process for changing the homepage (see previous tutorial on setting homepage in Internet Explorer) that you have set in your browser. In this tutorial for website designers I’ll show you how you can add a link like this to your website.
• Dec 9, 2005
In the fourth entry of SEO Wednesday, we will look at researching the keywords that our target audience would use when searching. By knowing the keywords that our audience will use when they search, we can generate content for those keywords, making our site more relevant, hopefully moving it one step closer to the top of the SERP (search engine results page).
• Dec 2, 2005
Occasionally, readers email me to get answers to computer questions that they can’t seem to find anywhere else. Today I’m going to share those questions and answers along with a few questions of my own!
• Nov 29, 2005
In last week’s SEO Wednesday (Getting Search Engine Rank), we discussed how you could use a program like Advanced Web Ranking to find out your current search engine rank for various keywords on various search engines. We also looked at tip number one of our highrankings.com top 10, which was “Do not purchase a new domain unless you have to.”
• Nov 18, 2005